Anne Noggle served in WWII as a pilot in the Women’s Air Service Pilot program. She graduated in February 1944 and served at a number of bases including:
|Childress Army Air Field (Tex.)
Randolph Army Air Base (San Antonio, Tex.)
Waco Army Air Field (Tex.)
Eagle Pass Army Air Base (Tex.)
After the war, Noggle was a stunt pilot and crop duster for a short while in her 20s. She settled in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she attended the Univ. of New Mexico and received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Art. Her photography career took off in the 1970s. She was known for her photographs of older women. She was also the Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art and taught art at the Univ. of New Mexico. She guest-curated a retrospective exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Art, called Women of Photography: An Historical Survey in 1975.